Laura Cunard Reis
116 Hammond Dr NE , Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Laura Reis is the founder of ReisLaw, LLC where she has directed her practice to the representation of Georgia’s injury victims for over a decade.

She is dedicated to providing you with professional, experienced and aggressive representation. This is a difficult time in your life and filing a workers’ compensation claim can be a complicated and slow process without a results-oriented lawyer working for you.

Laura Reis has dedicated her practice to the representation of injured workers since 2003. In the past Fifteen Years, Laura has resolved thousands of workers’ compensation claims through trial or settlement and procures millions of dollars for her clients every year.

In addition to being named a Super Lawyer Rising Star in the Atlanta Magazine for several years, she is currently listed as a Top Injured Workers Attorney by the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group, and a Top Trial Lawyer by the American Trial Lawyers Association. As a Super Lawyer, Laura represents the top 2.5% of all lawyers nationwide and in the State of Georgia. She is a graduate of Emory University School of Law and Boston College.

Laura lives in Atlanta with her husband, a civil engineer, and their two children. She is active in her church and neighborhood community. During law school, Laura interned for a 4th Circuit Appellate Judge who was recently elected the President of the American Judges Association.

At Emory Law, Laura also interned as a case analyst for a prestigious multi-state class action litigation firm. Prior to law school, Laura worked at her mother’s personal injury law firm in Louisiana and taught ACT/SAT/LSAT prep courses for The Princeton Review and Kaplan at LSU and at Harvard University. She also worked on a presidential campaign at the Massachusetts General Headquarters.

She is in tune with work injury in Georgia and throughout the country as she is on the Board of Directors of WILG, the national workers’ compensation organization dedicated to the repres